Event Series Grief Walk

Grief Walk

North Carolina Museum of Art 2110 Blue Ridge Rd, Raleigh, United States

The experience of being outdoors with others has been shown to improve physical and mental health through exercise and connection, even in times of grieving. Join us as we seek...

How to Use Yoga in Grief

Virtual

Participants will learn a handful of yoga tools, practice them together and, if desired, share what they notice. Join us for this gentle exploration of how yoga can support you...

Paul Taylor Dance Company at American Dance Festival

Page Auditorium at Duke 402 Chapel Drive, Durham, NC, United States

This Company will present three masterpieces from its repertory including Mercuric Tidings with thirteen dancers in pink costumes flashing across the stage in Taylor’s signature style. Register to attend Paul...

KidsZone – August

Transitions LifeCare 250 Hospice Circle, Raleigh, NC, United States

KidsZone is a monthly in-person group therapy for children aged 5–12. Each month offers a new theme and variety of activities designed for grief care for the younger age groups. August's theme – Trail Mix REGISTER HERE

Event Series Grief Walk

Grief Walk

North Carolina Museum of Art 2110 Blue Ridge Rd, Raleigh, United States

The experience of being outdoors with others has been shown to improve physical and mental health through exercise and connection, even in times of grieving. Join us as we seek comfort in nature and connection with others as we walk the paths at the Museum Park at the North Carolina Museum of Art. Note: The...

Volunteer Information Session – 2024

Virtual

Volunteer Information Sessions are offered at various times throughout the year. We recommend anyone who is interested in becoming a volunteer attend a half-hour session to learn more about the many ways to volunteer and speak with Transitions LifeCare staff and current volunteers. Please visit our How to Become a Volunteer page for more information....

Book Club (virtual)

Virtual

Calling all readers! Join us in discussing “It’s OK That You’re NOT OK: Meeting Grief and Loss in a Culture That Doesn’t Understand” by Megan Devine. Discussion will be generated through thought provoking prompts and questions and woven with grief education. Please note the following trigger warning in this book: Brief mention of drowning. For a synopsis...